To provide clarification, review and practice of Unreal Conditions 3 in the context of Robbery Fail
To provide accuracy speaking practice in a conversation in the context of Robbery Fail
Procedure (37-53 minutes)
- T asks students to recall the events in the previous reading text "Robbery". - T may give some clues like " slipped, left the bag" - T asks " What would've happened if they did not leave their bag? What would've happened if they did not fall?"
-T tells SS that they are going to read a text. -T instructs SS to work in group and write 5 sentences about the text. - T may give clue if needed like" what would have happened if he had not been hungry?" - WCFB
-T projects a marker sentence on board. -T asks Students " What do we call this in grammar?" -T tries to elicit the answer from SS if possible, and if not, T tell SS
-T projects power point slide that has a marker sentence of the TL on board. -T clarifies the meaning telling students that the third condition is used to imagine situations in the past which are opposite to what actually happened. -T check the concept. -T clarifies the form and show the contractions through power point presentation. -T clarifies the pronunciation, and drill as much as needed chorally and individually.
-T hands SS HO1 which includes two exercises based on used unreal conditions type 3. - SS work individually to do it, then in pairs to compare their answers. -T hands answer key.
- T hands HO2 which includes unfinished sentences. - T instructs SS to pick up one sentences and complete it individually and secretly without writhing their names on it. - T instructs SS to fold their sentences and put them in a box. - T model an example by taken one of the folded sentences an asks SS until he find the student who wrote it. - SS continue to pick up sentences ( one each) and ask themselves.
- T instructs SS to make their own situations and ask their own question. - T models the TL on board, and ask SS to use it. - T may projects some situations on board in case weak students needed that. - WCFB